Facebook Pages Manager For iOS Update Brings The Ability To Pin Posts And Create Events On iPad

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Facebook has just rolled out an update to its Pages Manager App introducing  a handful of new features including the ability to pin posts to the top and event creation on iPads.

The new Pages Manger app, version 3.0 now lets you pin posts to the top of the page which you want to. This can be done by simply clicking on the right-top arrow from the post and select ‘Pin to Top’. Of course, it can also be unpinned from the post anytime you want.



The update also brings the ability to turn your album photos and Timeline photos into profile picture.

In addition to the usual bug fixes and performance improvements, the app also lets you import phone contacts and invite them to like your Page, but this feature currently available to US users only.

Here’s the update’s release notes from Facebook Pages Manager app listing page:

 What’s New in Version 3.0

• Pin and unpin posts to the top of the Page Timeline
• Create and edit events on iPad
• Import phone contacts and invite them to like your Page (US only)
• Turn photos on Page Timeline and photo albums into profile pictures

Facebook Pages Manager app for iOS can be downloaded for free from the App Store, compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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